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FerryBook.com offers a large selection of ferry tickets online booking at the best prices in Malaysia. With over 200 ferry routes, we are proud to offer a vast selection of ferry tickets taking you to all of your favorite islands nearby for business and for leisure.

Make your way to those wonderful islands

You’re spoilt of choices here! FerryBook.com has an increasing number of ferry operators in Malaysia. Some most popular ferry routes to Malaysia islands are ferry to and from Langkawi to Penang, ferry from Mersing to Tioman and many newly launched ferry routes. The respective ferry route takes just a few hours from one place to the other. Time flies when you enjoy the beautiful sea view on the safe journey.

Get your ferry ticket in 5 minutes!

Search and book ferry tickets to wherever you want in just 5 minutes. Yes, indeed it’s as easy as pie. All you need to do is pick your departing and arrival destination, dates and number of pax travelling. Select your preferred ferry trip and timing according to your desired location and hit on the next button. Fill in your personal particulars or log in with your current Easybook account for a faster processing and your all set to make your payment online and avail the Order Summary in your inbox.

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